Liposomal Vitamin C
Liposomal Vitamin C is a liquid vitamin C product which is made in the form of a liposome.
It provides solutions to the nervous system (stress, depression, loss of memory, anxiety, ...), the immune system (defense of the body) and supports other health problems.
Liposomal Vitamin C
Liposomal Vitamin C is a liquid vitamin C product which is made in the form of a liposome. As we have already explained, this way of encapsulating products offers a number of benefits and can increase their bioavailability to as much as 98%.
Vitamin C was discovered in 1912. Many studies have been carried out on this vitamin, which was used by leading doctors and researchers throughout the 20th century. Thanks to the work of Casimir FUNK, who discovered the vitamin, to Linus Pauling (who won Nobel Prizes for both Chemistry and Peace) and Mathias Rath, no further evidence is needed of the therapeutic effectiveness of vitamin C.
A proven deficiency with a daily intake of less than 10 mg quickly leads to death from scurvy. Complete exhaustion of vitamin C reserves can lead to the degradation of connective tissues throughout the body, especially in blood vessels.
A daily intake of 10 to 60 mg results in a slow death from a wide range of diseases. Consuming 60 to 100 mg of Vitamin C per day makes it possible to lead a normal life, but degenerative and other diseases and frequent illnesses will probably occur.
A dose of 2 g of vitamin C per day promotes good health and good resistance to infections. An intake of 2 to 4 g daily leads to an improvement in physical and intellectual performance and increases longevity. For patients with specific diseases, doses need to be significantly increased. The awful truth is that at least 1/3 of the population (even those who are in good health) are vitamin C deficient.
A: Nervous system : Stress – Depression – Alzheimer’s disease - Anxiety
- Stress: one of the most damaging influences in our modern society.
- Depression: all problems associated with the nervous system may be partly attributable to vitamin C deficiency because these are similar to the first clinical symptoms of scurvy.
- Alzheimer’s disease: vitamin C appears to dissolve the amyloid plaques that form in the brain during development of Alzheimer’s disease.
B: Immune system : Blood count - White cells and antibodies
Vitamin C is useful in all infections: bacterial, viral, fungal, parasitic or yeast infections, because:
- White cells contain the vitamin in large quantities, almost 60 times more than blood plasma. A deficiency can therefore affect the number and effectiveness of white cells.
- It is essential for formation of antibodies and allows improved mobilisation of white cells in general and neutrophils in particular
C: Support and action in cancer :
- Vitamin C has a similar molecular structure to glucose, which is the primary fuel for cancer cells. To enter cells, it uses the same receptors as glucose itself. In high concentrations it begins to compete with glucose. The glucose concentration in malignant cells starves and weakens them by depriving them of their preferred energy source.
- Vitamin C reinforces the effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. It protects healthy cells from the destructive effects of anti-mitotic agents and reduces the toxic effects of chemotherapy.
D: From a general perspective :
- Whatever the reasons (anaesthetic drugs, stress, pain, gastrointestinal disorders), patients undergoing surgery have much lower vitamin C levels.
- Vitamin C is involved in collagen metabolism, which is part of scar formation.
- It is the cornerstone of any antioxidant regime because it protects cells from free radicals.
- It acts in synergy with vitamin E (which is fat soluble).
- It allows recycling of glutathione (another important antioxidant).
- It contributes towards neutralising certain pollutants: alcohol, pesticides, aromatic hydrocarbons, toxins produced by mushrooms such as death cap mushroom (amanita phalloides).
- It traps or chelates certain metals: lead, mercury, aluminium etc. and contributes towards their elimination.
Reminder : 1 teaspoon of Liposomal Vitamin C = 5 ml = 1 g of liposomal vitamin C, which is equivalent to 20 grams of vitamin C
- General use – Stress – Depression – Anxiety: recommended dose: 5 ml of Liposomal Vitamin C daily.
- Surgery - Convalescence - Recovery – Alzheimer’s Disease and during the preoperative, perioperative and postoperative periods: 5 ml or 1 g of Liposomal Vitamin C twice daily = 10 ml daily.
- Whether an operation is actually carried out or not, the recommendation also applies to all forms of trauma, injuries, contusions and fractures.
- Benefits and effects in cancer (together with chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy): 5 ml or 1 g of Liposomal Vitamin C three times daily = 15 ml daily.
Per 1000 mg : Purified water – L-Ascorbate sodium 225 mg (88.88% vitamin C) – deoiled soya lecithin 80 mg (Glycine Max Extract) – Orange flavour (natural origin) - Potassium sorbate.
Bottle containing 150 ml (liquid product).
Liposomal Vitamin C can be combined with all other medicines or other nutritional supplements. It causes no side-effects and it can be recommended to everyone.
- 150 ml
- Purified water – L-Ascorbate sodium 225 mg (88.88% vitamin C) – deoiled soya lecithin 80 mg (Glycine Max Extract) – Orange flavour (natural origin) - Potassium sorbate.